Football NewsThe market is complicated for Barca, so they will focus on young generation
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Boubacar Kamara ends contract with Marseille and half of Europe, including Barcelona, ​​is tempting him. United have already made progress in the talks, reports the Daily Express. Barca wants to focus on young players as they don’t have a big budget spree for the summer transfer.


Kamara on the radar of Barcelona

Boubacar Kamara is one of the biggest bargains on the market and it will be another irreparable loss for Marseille. The 22-year-old midfielder ends his contract in June and is not going to renew. As it happened with Thauvin, the French club will lose another of its important players without any consideration and the suitors flock. Barcelona has it underlined in red. A quality player for a position that needs to be reinforced and at zero cost.


Barcelona is ready to pay for the new generation

The Catalan club had positioned itself, like many others, but in recent days from England an acceleration by Kamara by Manchester United has been pointed out. One of the first things Rangnick has noticed about the roster of his new team is that there is some weakness in the central part of the spinal cord. He does not like the cast that there is and has already moved to solve it. The English journalists explain that there are “advanced conversations” with Kamara’s agent to convince him to join the project. Kamara would be receptive. Moving to a league like the Premier and to a high-minded, newly managed team like United is appealing to him. But the battle is not decided yet. Agents know that they have a very important asset in the market and that some other major bidder may still appear. For now, United is ahead of Barcelona and the rest, but there is still time. Barca is trying to focus more on the new generation. They already have brilliant players in the line-up and it will be interesting to see how their career will fold up in the upcoming seasons. At the same time, Barca new generation is going to play mixed with the new generation of different clubs.